The view from where I live: a new blog/website

Maybe you’ve noticed, it’s been quiet around here for awhile. Or maybe it’s been so quiet, you didn’t notice.

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The reason: Recently I launched a new website and blog. It’s here:

With creative help from Jess Posgate, finally it pulls together into one tidy place a maze of websites and blogs that have built up over the years, representing a range of my interests and work.

As the new site’s subtitle suggests – “the view from where I live” – it will still represent my work, but now it’s spectrum is broader, especially on the blog. As my work does, it will range far and wide.

This morning, for example, I put up a post about tomorrow’s crucial referendum in Greece. The blog is here:

Come on over for a visit.

About Michael Riordon

Canadian writer and documentary-maker Michael Riordon writes/ directs/produces books and articles, audio, video and film documentaries, plays for radio and stage. A primary goal of his work is to recover voices and stories of people who have been silenced or marginalized, written out of the official version: First Nations (aboriginal) youth, Mozambican farmers, inmates in Canadian prisons, traditional healers in Fiji, queer folk across Canada, Guatemalan labour activists. Michael also leads courses, workshops and seminars for community organizations, trade unions, schools, colleges and universities.
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2 Responses to The view from where I live: a new blog/website

  1. Alan Wallace says:

    Thanks for the link and I look forward to more insights, news and comment. I like the good news stories. Hre in the UK we await Osbornes budget next week – more cuts for the low income and give-aways for the wealthy….. all this being done with an apparent sense of pride and celebration by the new Tory government.

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